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2048 by John Kirk Boyd

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INTRODUCTION

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. breaking chains by linking arms

Breaking Our Chains

The tightest chains that bind us are those that we place upon ourselves. We have bound ourselves with war and poverty by accepting the claims of those who tell us that “war and poverty are inevitable,” that they are “part of human nature.”1 But that’s changing. We are in the midst of a turning point for humanity — a span of 100 years when we are casting off the chains of this narrow-minded view and turning toward peace and prosperity. This turn is not wishful thinking: it is a social movement at a historical time when humanity has an unprecedented opportunity ...

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